DAY 3 continued: Our hotel was located just over the bridge (Münsterbrücke) from Old Town.

All of the many fountains in Zurich have drinkable water unless posted!

We decided that we had time to take the Uetliberg Bahn to a spot high above Zurich for the renown views.

Back in Zurich for the first evening - the three vertical cathedral windows are the famed Marc Chagall windows.

DAY 4, Zurich: View of the Landesmuseum Zürich as I walk by to
get to my bus tour.

One of the many little parks in the city with fountains. The little girl is talking to one of the statues!

And now the bus tour begins.

Active boating scenes along the lake.

University of Zurich

The names of Nobel prize laureates who spent time at University of Zurich are engraved on this building.
Six are alumni here, including Einstein.

Zürich's Grossmünster is a 12th-century Romanesque cathedral. According to legend, the Grossmünster was
founded by Charlemagne after his horse stopped over the graves of three early Christian martyrs.

On the edge of the bridge (south side near our hotel) is this Wasserkirche
(water church), surrounded by water until 1839.

One can (and I did) also take an aerial cable gondola to Felsenegg for some spectacular views of Zurich.

We put the bus on a ferry boat with a load of cars, and headed for the south side of the lake.

Final day in Zurich